Institutional strategic planning continues to evolve and has gradually focused more on measurable outcomes; on tracking progress throughout the year; on closer alignment with the state strategic plan; and on greater grassroots institutional involvement.

The purpose of the strategic planning process is to focus institutional efforts on the
“means” to achieve CWC Board of Trustees “ends” through a process of determining
three major strategic initiatives that require specific, intentional, and continuing
institutional attention on a small number of strategic priorities that are timely and urgent.
 

Over the last several years, CWC’s strategic planning has merged with statewide and
national imperatives to ensure both student access and success, now more generally referred to as the national “completion” agenda. The 12-13 strategic priorities clearly advance this statewide and national agenda.

 

 

 

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